TRENTON, NJ—The New Jersey Economic Development Authority authorized $64 million in incentives to keep two manufacturing companies in Paterson and Northvale from relocating across the border to locations respectively in Orange and Rockland counties in New York State.

The EDA awarded a tax break of $40 million to Accurate Box Co., to help expand its 200,000-square-foot factory at 5th Street in Paterson. The company is also considering a possible move to Montgomery, NY in Orange County where it would lease a build-to-suit building, according to The Record.

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